There are so many different berries in nature! Any kid will be interested to study them as much as possible, and some even taste it.
What are interesting berries
Every mother wants to teach her baby from childhood to love healthy food, and berries are a storehouse of vitamins! Unfortunately, children are not always eager to eat them.
To instill a crumb love for these useful products, you can try an interesting game: let the child guess the riddle, and as a prize he will be able to get the guessed berry.
Children are much more willing to learn in a playful way; moreover, in such a fun way, you will be able to cheer up both yourself and your child. And what could be better than a baby face shining with joy?
Riddles about berries are useful not only because the child develops healthy taste habits. They will help your child to prepare for school in advance.
The study of the surrounding world – the main direction of the program of elementary grades. Guessing him various thematic riddles, you are preparing a crumb for future studies. The baby will be more attentive and inquisitive.
After studying the berries, he wants to learn about other interesting things, because in the form of a game he does not feel as if he is being imposed with knowledge.
In addition, having come to school and answering some questions from the teacher, the child will be incredibly proud of himself, and this will stimulate him to further learning.
Guessing riddles on the subject to your child, you can tell in parallel that not all berries are beneficial. There are poisonous or very bitter, which should not be eaten.
The conversation should be supported with colorful pictures and photographs so that the child remembers each plant better.
Thus, you can be calm about the fact that a crumb will not pull an unknown berry into its mouth, because it will know which of them are useful and which should be avoided.
The clumps in order: berries, watermelon, grapes, cherries, blackberries, viburnum, strawberries, cranberries, gooseberries, raspberries, sea buckthorn, mountain ash, plums, black and red currants, blueberries.